Getting Started with SCLM: A Practical Guide to SCLM and SCLM Advanced Edition

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on September 06, 2007

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ISBN-10: 0738489468
ISBN-13: 9780738489469
IBM Form #: SG24-7392-00


Authors: Joe DeCarlo, Peter Eck, Liam Doherty, Jyotindra Mehta, Kenichi Yoshimura, Ben Horwood and Jennifer Nelson

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication describes and documents a number of different aspects of the Software Configuration and Library Manager (SCLM).

    Part 1 of the book focuses on setting up an SCLM project using commonly used languages such as COBOL and PL/I. Additionally, migration techniques are discussed for those customers considering migrating to SCLM from other vendor Software Configuration Management products.

    Part 2 describes basic usage of SCLM functions such as Edit, Build, and Promote.

    Part 3 goes a bit beyond the basics and looks at some of the newer functions that are being added to SCLM, along with writing user exits and setting up SCLM for debugging with IBM Debug Tool.

    Parts 4, 5, and 6 concentrate on the SCLM Advanced Edition products such as Breeze, Enhanced Access Control, SCLM Developer Toolkit, and SCLM Administrator Toolkit. These sections describe what these products are and how they can be set up and used to aid your application development.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Basic setup and migration

    Chapter 1. SCLM project setup

    Chapter 2. Defining languages translators for traditional compliers: Assembler, COBOL, and PL/I

    Chapter 3. Writing DB2 translators and bind processing

    Chapter 4. Migrating to SCLM

    Chapter 5. SCLM architecture definition considerations

    Part 2. Using SCLM

    Chapter 6. Using SCLM edit

    Chapter 7. Building members in SCLM

    Chapter 8. Promoting up the hierarchy with SCLM

    Chapter 9. SCLM utilities

    Part 3. SCLM: Beyond the basics

    Chapter 10. Member level locking

    Chapter 11. NOPROM function

    Chapter 12. SCLM user exit processing

    Chapter 13. Creating language definitions from JCL

    Chapter 14. Debugging and fault analysis with SCLM

    Part 4. SCLM: Advanced topics

    Chapter 15. Breeze for SCLM - installation, setup, and use

    Chapter 16. Enhanced Access Control: Bridging the gap - SCLM to RACF

    Part 5. SCLM Advanced Edition: Developing with the SCLM Developer Toolkit

    Chapter 17. Merge Tool

    Chapter 18. Open Systems basics

    Chapter 19. SCLM Developer Toolkit configuration

    Chapter 20. SCLM Developer Toolkit for mainframe development

    Chapter 21. SCLM Developer Toolkit for Java Applications

    Chapter 22. Deployment with SCLM Developer Toolkit

    Part 6. SCLM Administrator Toolkit

    Chapter 23. IBM SCLM Administrator Toolkit

    Chapter 24. Introduction to the IBM SCLM Administrator Toolkit

    Chapter 25. Beyond the basics: A case study

    Appendix A. Chapter 1 listings

    Appendix B. Chapter 2 listings

    Appendix C. Chapter 3 listings

    Appendix D. Chapter 13 listings

    Appendix E. DDname substitution lists

    Appendix F. Additional material

     

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